The Joint Chiefs of Staff: From Service Parochialism to Jointness
Peter J. Roman and David W. Tarr review the changes in the Joint Chiefs of Staff that have occurred since the passage of the 1986 Goldwater-Nichols Act. They show how the increased authority of the JCS chairman has transformed the dominant JCS norm from service parochialism to a cross-service or joint perspective.
Reinventing the Pentagon: How the New Public Management Can bring Institutional Renewal, Fred Thompson and L. R. Jones Reviewed by Peter J. Roman
The Game of Disarmament: How the United States and Russia Run the Arms Race, Alva Myrdal Reviewed by David W. Tarr
A Responsible Congress: The Politics of National Security, Alton Frye Reviewed by David W. Tarr
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